Photograph of Professor Michael Woods.Professor Michael Woods

Professor
He holds an undergraduate degree from the University of Wales, Lampeter, and a PhD from Bristol University.

Contact

Email: m.woods@aber.ac.uk
Office: K9
Phone: +44 (0)1970 622 589

Responsibilities

  • Head of the New Political Geographies Research Group 
  • Chair, DGES Centenary Planning Working Group
  • Co-Director, ESRC WISERD/Civil Society Research Centre

Teaching Areas

Michael Woods is on Research Leave during the 2014-15 academic year and is only teaching on the following postgraduate modules:

  • GGM3720 Rural Economy, Society and Policy
  • GGM3920 Training for Policy Research

Research

Twitter: @globalrural

Research Interests

Michael Woods’s research interests address the broad fields of rural geography and sociology, political geography, economic geography and social geography, with a particular focus on the politics and dynamics of rural change. His current and recent research falls primarily into five main areas:

1)     The emergent ‘global countryside’ and the reconstitution of rural places under globalization, employing assemblage theory, critical topography and relational perspectives to understand the interplay of local and global actors and processes and human and non-human actors in reproducing and contesting globalization in the rural sphere. This interest forms the focus of a major European Research Council project, GLOBAL-RURAL (2014-19), building on his previous research as coordinator of Framework Programme 7 project, DERREG (2009-11) and a partner investigator for Australian Research Council project, ‘Globally Engaged? Responses to Neoliberal Globalization among Family Farmers in Australia’ (led by Lynda Cheshire, University of Queensland, 2009-11).

2)     The ‘politics of the rural’, rural policy and rural social movements, including local rural conflicts, the mobilization of rural protest movements around issues including hunting and agriculture, and the contested articulation of the rural through policy discourses. These dynamics were examined in the ESRC-funded project ‘Grassroots Rural Protest and Political Activity in Britain’ (2006-8, with Jon Anderson, Cardiff University).

3)     Civil society, community governance and participation, in both rural and urban settings, including interactions between local and global civil society, participation in rural community governance and leadership, and the form, function and potential of parish, town and community councils. This research interest is pursued through the ESRC WISERD/Civil Society Research Centre, in which Mike leads Theme 1 on ‘Locality, Community and Landscapes of Civil Society’ and particularly the work package, ‘Redefining Local Civil Society in an Age of Global Interconnectivity’ (2016-18, with Jon Anderson, Cardiff University). Previous research on this theme has included an ESRC-funded project, ‘Participation, Power and Rural Community Governance in England and Wales’ (2000-02, with Bill Edwards), and studies of parish, town and community councils for the Welsh Government and Defra.

4)     The social and economic restructuring of rural communities and regions, especially in Wales as explored through the work of the Wales Rural Observatory between 2003 and 2014, including projects on rural development, the public sector, market towns and migrant workers, with collaborators at Aberystwyth and Cardiff Universities including Paul Milbourne, Bill Edwards, Terry Marsden and Mark Goodwin, and researchers including Graham Gardner, Catherine Walkley, Sophie Wynne-Jones and Laura Jones.

5)     Creative ruralities and art-science collaborations, exploring the role of the creative economy in rural areas and the intersection of art and science in sustainable rural community development, the latter investigated through an AHRC Collaborative Doctoral Award.

 

Research groups

Current Research Projects

  • ‘The Global Countryside: Rural Change and Development in Globalization (GLOBAL-RURAL)’, European Research Council Advanced Grant, 2014-19 (PI, with Jesse Heley). Blog and website
  • ‘Redefining Local Civil Society in an Age of Global Interconnectivity’, 2016-18 (PI, with Jon Anderson), part of the ESRC WISERD/Civil Society Research Centre. Website
  • ‘Engaging Art-Science Collaborations’, AHRC Collaborative Doctoral Award, 2013-2017 (PI, with Deborah Dixon and Harriet Hawkins).

Selected Previous Research Projects

Current PhD Students

Research Assistants

  • Dr Laura Jones
  • Dr Anthonia Onyeahialam
  • Dr Marc Welsh

Biography

Michael Woods joined Aberystwyth University as a Lecturer in Human Geography in 1996, having completed his first degree of the University of Wales, Lampeter, and his PhD at Bristol University, and was appointed as Professor of Human Geography in 2008. Between 2007 and 2013 he was Director of the Institute of Geography and Earth Sciences and served on a number of university committees, including the University Council. In 2014 he was appointed to a two-year post as Professor of Transformative Social Science, responsible for building capacity in social science research across the university.

Mike’s research interests focus on rural geography and political geography and he has led the department’s New Political Geographies Research Group between 2004 and 2008 and since 2013. From 2007 to 2014 he was Co-Director of the Wales Rural Observatory, a joint venture with Cardiff University commissioned by the Welsh Government to undertake research to support the Wales Rural Development Programme. Since 2012 he has been Aberystwyth Co-Director of the Wales Institute of Social and Economic Research, Data and Methods (WISERD) and he is also Co-Director of the ESRC WISERD/Civil Society Research Centre established in 2014 and the Aberystwyth representative on the executive of the Public Policy Institute for Wales. His research has been recognized with John Fraser Award for Research Excellence in Rural Geography by the Association of American Geographers in 2010, and he has held Visiting Professor positions at the University of Queensland and the University of Ljubljana.

Mike is a member of the Welsh Government’s Diamond Review of Higher Education Funding and Student Finance, and was a member of the HEFCW Research, Innovation and Engagement Committee from 2010 to 2013. He is a member of the UK UNESCO Man and Biosphere Programme Committee and of the National Training Advisory Group for Community and Town Councils; he represents Wales on the Council of British Geography (COBRIG) and is a former chair of the Political Geography Research Group of the RGS-IBG and a former member of the Council of the Royal Geographical Society (with the Institute of British Geographers).

He is Editor of the Journal of Rural Studies and a member of the editorial boards for Dialogues in Human Geography and European Countryside. His publications include textbooks, Rural (Routledge, 2011), Rural Geography (Sage, 2005), An Introduction to Political Geography (1e 2004, 2e 2014, Routledge) and Key Concepts in Rural Geography (Sage, 2015), the monograph Contesting Rurality: Politics in the British Countryside (Ashgate, 2005), and edited books, New Labour’s Countryside: Rural Policy in Britain since 1997 (Policy Press, 2008), and Globalization and Europe’s Rural Regions (Ashgate, 2015).

Publications

2015

Woods, M. 2015. (In press) Creative ruralities. Journal of Arts and Communities

Woods, M., Heley, J., Jones, L. 2015. Everyday Globalization in a Small Rural Town. Colloque international de géographie rurale, Nantes , France, 02/06/2015 - 06/06/2015.

Woods, M. 2015. Explaining rural protest; A comparative analysis. In G. Voerman, D. Strijker, I. Terluin (eds), Rural Protest and Populist Political Parties. Wageningen Academic Publishers

McDonagh, J., Nienaber, B., Woods, M. (eds) 2015. Globalization and Europe's Rural Regions. Perspectives on Rural Policy and Planning Taylor & Francis

Woods, M. 2015. (In press) Globalization and Rural Areas. In D. Richardson , N. Castree , M. Goodchild , A. Kobayashi , W. Liu, D. Marston (eds), International Encyclopedia of Geography: People, the Earth, Environment, and Technology. Wiley

Woods, M. 2015. Reconfiguring places: Wealth and the transformation of rural areas. In J. Beaverstock , I. Hay (eds), International Handbook of Wealth and the Super-Rich. Elgar Original Reference Series Edward Elgar Publishing

Nadler, R., Burdack, J., Woods, M. 2015. Rural Regions, Globalization and Regional Responses: The Case of Oberlausitz Region. In T. Lang, S. Henn, W. Sgibnev, K. Ehrlich (eds), Understanding Geographies of Polarization and Peripheralization: Perspectives from Central and Eastern Europe and Beyond. Palgrave Macmillan pp. 322-338.

Woods, M. 2015. Territorialisation and the assemblage of rural place: Examples from Canada and New Zealand. In J. Dessein, E. Battaglini, L. Horlings (eds), Cultural Sustainability and Regional Development: Theories and practices of territorialisation. Routledge Studies in Culture and Sustainable Development Taylor & Francis pp. 29-42.

Navarro, F.A., Woods, M., Cejudo, E. 2015. The LEADER Initiative has been a Victim of Its Own Success. The Decline of the Bottom-Up Approach in Rural Development Programmes. The Cases of Wales and Andalusia. Sociologia Ruralis 10.1111/soru.12079

Heley, J., Woods, M., Jones, L., Welsh, M., Onyeahialam, A.I. 2015. Wales’ hidden globaleconomy: uncovering thetransnational networks of smalltown SMEs. WISERD Annual Conference 2015, Cardiff, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, 30/06/2015 - 02/07/2015.

2014

Jones, M., Jones, R., Woods, M., Whitehead, M.J., Dixon, D.P., Hannah, M.G. 2014. An Introduction to Political Geography: Space, Place and Politics. 2ndth edn, Taylor & Francis

Woods, M. 2014. Family Farming in the Global Countryside. Anthropological Notebooks 20 (3) pp. 31-48.

Hopma, J., Woods, M. 2014. Political Geographies of ‘Food Security’ and ‘Food Sovereignty’. Geography Compass 8 (11) pp. 773-784. 10.1111/gec3.12163

Heley, J., Woods, M. 2014. Wales & Recession: Rural communities. WISERD: Wales & Recession Lecture Series, Cardiff, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, 11/09/2014. Other

2013

Cheshire, L., Meurk, C., Woods, M. 2013. Decoupling farm, farming and place: Recombinant attachments of globally engaged family farmers. Journal of Rural Studies 30 pp. 64-74. 10.1016/j.jrurstud.2012.11.005 Other

Woods, M. 2013. Economic entanglements and the reshaping of place in the global countryside. In C. Tamásy, J. Diez (eds), Regional Resilience, Economy and Society: Globalising Rural Places. The Dynamics of Economic Space Taylor & Francis pp. 11-32.

Cheshire, L., Woods, M.J. 2013. Globally engaged farmers as transnational actors: Navigating the landscape of agri-food globalization. Geoforum 44 pp. 232-242. 10.1016/j.geoforum.2012.09.003

Jones, M.R., Woods, M.J. 2013. New localities. Regional Studies 47 (1) pp. 29-42. 10.1080/00343404.2012.709612

Woods, M., Anderson, J., Guilbert, S., Watkin, S.R. 2013. Rhizomic radicalism and arborescent advocacy: A Deleuzo-Guattarian reading of rural protest. Environment and Planning D: Society and Space 31 (3) pp. 434-450. 10.1068/d14909

Woods, M. 2013. Rich, Rural and Rooted? Neoliberalism, neopaternalism and the transnational rural geographies of the super-rich. In I. Hay (ed), Geographies of the Super-rich. Edward Elgar Publishing Other

Woods, M. 2013. Rural development, globalization and European regional policy: Perspectives from the DERREG project. Geographia Polonica 86 (2) pp. 99-109. 10.7163/GPol.2013.11 Other

Wang, C., Woods, M. 2013. The Role of Guanxi in Rural Social Movements: Two Case Studies from Taiwan. Journal of Agrarian Change 13 (2) pp. 197-212. 10.1111/j.1471-0366.2012.00359.x

Woods, M. 2013. The elite countryside: Shifting rural geographies of the transnational super-rich. In I. Hay (ed), Geographies of the Super-rich. Edward Elgar Publishing pp. 123-136.

2012

Woods, M.J., Anderson, J., Guilbert, S., Watkin, S.R. 2012. 'The Country(side) is Angry': emotion and explanation in protest mobilization. Social and Cultural Geography 13 (6) pp. 567-585. 10.1080/14649365.2012.704643

Long, H., Li, Y., Liu, Y., Woods, M., Zou, J. 2012. Accelerated restructuring in rural China fueled by ‘increasing vs. decreasing balance’ land-use policy for dealing with hollowed villages. Land Use Policy 29 (1) pp. 11-22. 10.1016/j.landusepol.2011.04.003 Other

Jones, L., Woods, M., Dominguez, L. 2012. Case Study Contextual Report 10: Comarca de Verin. DERREG Other

Jones, L., Woods, M., Roep, D., Wellbrock, W. 2012. Case Study Contextual Report 3: Westerkwartier. DERREG Other Other

Jones, L., Woods, M., Nienaber, B., Frys, W. 2012. Case Study Contextual Report 5: Saarland. DERREG Other Other

Jones, L., Woods, M., Lampic, B. 2012. Case Study Contextual Report 6: Goriska. DERREG Other Other

Jones, L., Woods, M., Lampic, B., Mrak, I. 2012. Case Study Contextual Report 7: Pomurska. DERREG Other

Jones, L., Woods, M., Kairyte, E. 2012. Case Study Contextual Report 9: Alytus County. DERREG Other

Jones, L., Woods, M. 2012. DERREG: Developing Europe’s Rural Regions in the Era of Globalization. DERREG Other

McDonagh, J., Nienaber, B., Woods, M. 2012. Globalization and Rural Europe. In J. McDonagh, B. Nienaber, M. Woods (eds), Globalization and Europe's Rural Regions. Taylor & Francis

Woods, M. 2012. New directions in rural studie? Journal of Rural Studies 28 (1) pp. 1-4. 10.1016/j.jrurstud.2011.12.002

Woods, M. 2012. Rural Futures and the Future of Rural Geography. Progress in Human Geography 36 (1) pp. 125-134. 10.1177/0309132510393135

Woods, M., Heley, J., Richards, C., Watkin, S.R. 2012. Rural People and the Land. In I. Convery, G. Corsane, P. Davis (eds), Making Sense of Place: Multidisciplinary Perspectives . Boydell & Brewer

Woods, M. 2012. Rurality. In H. Anheier, M. Juergensmeyer (eds), Encyclopedia of Global Studies. Sage Publications

2011

Woods, M., Gardner, G. 2011. Applied policy research and critical human geography: Some reflection on swimming in murky waters. Dialogues in Human Geography 1 (2) pp. 198-214. 10.1177/2043820611404488

Woods, M., Jones, L., Vaishar, A., Stastna, M., Trnka, P., Mrazkova, H. 2011. Case Study Contextual Report 1: Jihomoravsky kraj. European Commission Other

Jones, L., Woods, M., Copus, A., Dubois, A., Hedstrom, M. 2011. Case Study Contextual Report 2: Oevre Norrland. European Commission Other

Jones, L., Woods, M., Kriszan, M., Krol, T. 2011. Case Study Contextual Report 4: Direktionsbezirk Dresden. DERREG Other

Jones, L., Woods, M., Farrell, M., Mahon, M., McDonagh, J. 2011. Case Study Contextual Report 8: West Region of Ireland. DERREG Other

Woods, M. 2011. Contemporary Rural Geographies: Land, Property and Resources in Britain: Essays in Honour of Richard Munton. Journal of Rural Studies 27 (1) pp. 105-106. 10.1016/j.jrurstud.2010.10.004 Cadair

Woods, M., Jones, L. 2011. DERREG: Project Periodic Report. Framework Programme 7 Other

Woods, M. 2011. Diving in again - a response to commentaries on 'Applied policy research and critical human geography: some reflections on swimming in murky waters'. Dialogues in Human Geography 1 (2) pp. 242-244. 10.1177/2043820611404497

Woods, M. 2011. Grounding global uncertainties and the relational politics of the rural. 2011 Annual Meeting, Seattle, Washington. 2011 Association of American Geographers Annual Meeting, Seattle, United States of America, 12/04/2011 - 16/04/2011. Other

Woods, M. 2011. Market Towns in Rural Wales: a differentiated geography. In P. Milbourne (ed), Rural Wales in the Twenty First Century - Society, Economy and Environment. Gwasg Prifysgol Cymru | University of Wales Press Other

Woods, M. 2011. Performing Rurality and Practising Rural Geography. Progress in Human Geography 34 pp. 835-846. 10.1177/0309132509357356 Cadair

Woods, M. 2011. Poles Apart? Migrant Workers in Rural Wales. In P. Milbourne (ed), Rural Wales in the Twenty-Frirst Century: Society, Economy and Environment. Gwasg Prifysgol Cymru | University of Wales Press

Woods, M. 2011. Poles Apart?: Migrant workers and community in Rural Wales. In P. Milbourne (ed), Rural Wales in the Twenty First Century: Society, Economy and Environment. Gwasg Prifysgol Cymru | University of Wales Press

Woods, M. 2011. Regions engaging globalization: a typology of regional responses in rural Europe. Regional Studies Other

Woods, M., Mcdonagh, J. 2011. Rural Europe and the world: Globalization and rural development (Editorial). European Countryside 3 (3) 10.2478/v10091-012-0001-z Other

Long, H., Woods, M. 2011. Rural Restructuring under Globalization in Eastern Coastal China: What can we learn from Wales? Journal of Rural and Community Development 6 (1) pp. 70-94.

Woods, M. 2011. The local politics of the global countryside: boosterism, aspirational ruralism and the contested reconstitution of Queenstown, New Zealand. GeoJournal 76 (4) pp. 365-381. 10.1007/s10708-009-9268-7

Edwards, B., Woods, M.J. 2011. Voluntarism and new forms of governance in rural communities. In C. Milligan, D. Conradson (eds), Landscapes of Voluntarism: New Spaces of Health, Welfare and Governance. Policy Press, Bristol pp. 53-72.

Woods, M. 2011. Winning and losing: The changing geography of Europe's rural areas. European Urban and Regional Studies 13 (3) pp. 282-283. 10.1177/0969776406065438 Cadair

2010

Woods, M. 2010. Policing Rural Protest. In R. Mawby, R. Yarwood (eds), Rural Policing and Policing the Rural : A Constable Countryside? Taylor & Francis pp. 109-121.

Woods, M. 2010. Reporting an Unsettled Countryside: The news media and rural protests in Britain. Culture Unbound 12 13 pp. 215-239. 10.3384/cu.2000.1525.10213215

Woods, M. 2010. Representing Rural America: The Reconstruction of a Political Space. In D. Winchell, D. Ramsay, R. Koster, G. Robinson (eds), Geographical Perspectives on Sustainable Rural Change. Rural Development Institute pp. 298-312.

Woods, M. 2010. Rural. Taylor & Francis

Woods, M. 2010. Rural Protests in Britain and the Enigmatic Significance of Globalization. In D. Schmied, G. Wilson (eds), Globalization and Rural Transitions in Germany and the UK. Rural Cuvillier pp. 167-176.

2009

Cheshire, L., Woods, M. 2009. Citizenship and Governmentality, Rural. In R. Kitchin, N. Thrift (eds), International Encyclopedia of Human Geography. Elsevier

Woods, M. 2009. DERREG: Literature Review and Conceptual Framework.

Woods, M. 2009. Exploring the uneven geographies of 'Rural Geography': Commentary on M. Kurtz and V. Craig, 'Constructing Rural Geographies in Practice'. ACME: An International E-Journal for Critical Geographies 8 (2) pp. 394-413.

Thomas, M., Brake, P., Cann, R., Evans, A.L.W., Hagen, G., Morgan, D.W., Neil, P., Pester, S., Woods, M., Jephcote, M., Taylor, C. 2009. Partnerships in Rural Education: Identification of Research Themes. Welsh Journal of Education 14 (2) pp. 144-149.

Woods, M. 2009. Political economies of place in the emergent global countryside: Stories from Rural Wales. In G. Halseth, S. Markey, D. Bruce (eds), The Next Rural Economies: Constructing Rural Place in a Global Economy. CABI Publishing pp. 166-178.

Woods, M. 2009. Rural Geography. In R. Kitchin, N. Thrift (eds), International Encyclopedia of Human Geography. Elsevier pp. 429-441. 10.1016/B978-008044910-4.00900-7

Woods, M. 2009. Rural Protest. In R. Kitchin, N. Thrift (eds), International Encylopedia of Human Geography, volume 8. Elsevier pp. 474-479.

Woods, M. 2009. Rural geography: blurring boundaries and making connections. Progress in Human Geography 33 (6) pp. 849-858.

2008

Woods, M.J. 2008. Beyond New Labour's countryside. In M. Woods (ed), New Labour's Countryside: Rural Policy in Britain since 1997. pp. 257-276.

Watkin, S.R., Woods, M.J. 2008. Central and Eastern European Migrant Workers in Rural Wales. Wales Rural Observatory Other

Woods, M. 2008. Hunting: New Labour success or New Labour failure? In M. Woods (ed), New Labour's Countryside: Rural Policy in Britain since 1997. pp. 95-114.

Woods, M. (ed) 2008. New Labour's Countryside: Rural Policy in Britain since 1997. Policy Press

Woods, M. 2008. New Labour's Countryside. In M. Woods (ed), New Labour's Countryside: Rural Policy in Britain since 1997. pp. 3-28.

Woods, M., Gardner, G. 2008. Policy engagement and critical rural geographies. Cadair Other

Convery, I., Dutson, T., Heley, J., Richards, R.G., Rogers, R., Storey, D., Watkin, S.R., Woods, M. 2008. Rural People and the Land: The Case for Connections. Commission for Rural Communities

Woods, M. 2008. Social movements and rural politics. Journal of Rural Studies 24 (2) pp. 129-137. 10.1016/j.jrurstud.2007.11.004 Cadair

2007

Woods, M. 2007. Attractive ruralities?: Re-thinking European peripheries in the global countryside. In E. Knappe, E. Müller, S. Lentz, U. Wardenga (eds), Ländliche Gesellschaft europäischer Peripherien: Rural Society of European Peripheries. Leibniz-Institut für Länderkunde pp. 23-38.

Woods, M. 2007. Engaging the global countryside: globalization, hybridity and the reconstitution of rural place. Progress in Human Geography 31 (4) pp. 485-507. 10.1177/0309132507079503 Cadair

Woods, M. 2007. Key concepts in urban studies By M Gottdiener and Leslie Budd. Area 39 (2) pp. 247-248. 10.1111/j.1475-4762.2007.762_1.x

Woods, M. 2007. Redefining the 'rural question': The new 'politics of the rural' and social policy. In G. Giarchi (ed), Challenging Welfare Issues in the Global Countryside: Broadening Perspectives in Social Policy. Wiley pp. 1-17.

Woods, M. 2007. Small and Market Towns in Rural Wales and their Hinterlands. Wales Rural Observatory Other

2006

Woods, M. 2006. Foreword. In C. Freeman, M. Thompson-Fawcett (eds), Living Together: Toward Inclusive Communities. Otago University Press pp. 7-12.

Woods, M.J., Edwards, B., Anderson, J., Gardner, G.S. 2006. Leadership in place: elites, institutions and agency in British rural community governance. In L. Cheshire, V. Higgins, G. Lawrence (eds), Rural Governance: International Perspectives. Routledge Studies in Human Geography Taylor & Francis, Abingdon pp. 211-226.

Woods, M. 2006. Political articulation: the modalities of new critical politics of rural citizenship. In P. Cloke, T. Marsden, P. Mooney (eds), Handbook of Rural Studies. Sage Publications pp. 457-471.

Woods, M. 2006. Redefining the 'rural question': The new 'politics of the rural' and social policy. Social Policy and Administration 40 (6) pp. 579-595. 10.1111/j.1467-9515.2006.00521.x Cadair Other

Woods, M.J., Gardner, G.S., Gannon, K. 2006. Research Study of the Quality Parish and Town Council Scheme. Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs Other

Woods, M. 2006. Rural politics and governance. In J. Midgley (ed), A New Rural Agenda. Institute for Public Policy Research pp. 140-168.

Walkley, C., Edwards, B., Woods, M., Milbourne , P. 2006. Scoping study on Eastern and Central European migrant workers in rural Wales. Wales Rural Observatory Other

2005

Woods, M. 2005. Contesting rurality: politics in the British countryside. Taylor & Francis Cadair Other

Desforges, L.C., Jones, R., Woods, M. 2005. New Geographies of Citizenship. Citizenship Studies 9 (5) pp. 439-451. 10.1080/13621020500301213 Other

2004

Jones, M., Jones, R., Woods, M. 2004. An Introduction to Political Geography: Space, Place and Politics. 1stth edn, Taylor & Francis

Edwards, B., Woods, M.J. 2004. Mobilising the local: Community, participation and governance. In L. Holloway, M. Kneafsey (eds), Geographies of Rural Cultures and Societies. Illustratedth edn, Taylor & Francis, Aldershot pp. 173-196.

Woods, M. 2004. Rural Geography: Processes, Responses and Experiences in Rural Restructuring. Sage Publications

2003

Woods, M. 2003. Deconstructing rural protest: the emergence of a new social movement. Journal of Rural Studies 19 (3) pp. 309-325. 10.1016/S0743-0167(03)00008-1 Cadair

Woods, M.J., Edwards, B., Anderson, J., Gardner, G.S., Hughes, R. 2003. Research Study into the Role, Function and Future Potential of Community and Town Councils in Wales. Welsh Government Other

2001

Goodwin, M.A., Edwards, B., Woods, M., Pemberton, S. 2001. Partnerships, power, and scale in rural governance. Environment and Planning C: Government and Policy Environment and Planning C: Government & Policy 1 (2) pp. 289-310. 10.1068/c12m Cadair